Eating is a natural, healthy, and pleasurable activity for satisfying hunger. In our current society however, eating can become mindless and guilt consuming instead.

Mindful eating is eating with intention and attention that allows you to care for yourself and notice the way different food affect your body. Mindful eating includes an awareness of your physical and emotional cues, recognition of your non-hunger triggers for eating and learning to meet your other needs in more effective ways than eating.

Mindful eating also helps you answer questions such as why do I eat, when do I feel like eating, what do I eat, how do I eat and where do I invest the energy I consume? These questions will help you understand your personal eating and is a good first step toward meaningful transformation. Understanding how essential the impact food has on your body will allow you to understand what fuels your body to positively improve your health and give you new found energy and a new found outlook on life!